Inspired by a post-Soviet Europe, Polish brand MISBHV have created an Autumn/Winter offering like none other. Originally hailing from Warsaw, the brand reflects on Poland’s current political stance as they emerge out of their previously communist society.
As a result, their latest collection – entitled ‘EUphoria’ and pioneered by designer Natalia Maczek – exudes all sorts of gritty, relentless energy and does this through numerous striking prints, bold reds and charcoal blacks as well as seemingly grunge-inspired trousers and oversized outerwear. The collection features silky red shirts, toughened up by biker chain accessories and edgy photographic images alongside leather shirt jackets, all of which appear to underpin the revolutionary aesthetic that this streetwear brand hold so close to their hearts.
‘EUphoria’ is an eclectic mix of East and West, drawing inspiration from false ideals of ‘luxury’ and ‘on trend’ and aims to consider the needs of a confident and unapologetically expressive individual. With regards to a follow up collection, the brand will be showcasing their AW17 Womenswear offering at New York Fashion Week on February 12th.